The will is the foundation of many good estate plans. Depending on a testator's situation, it could suffice by itself as the sole document of their estate plan, or it could work with trusts and other tools as part of a more complex estate plan. Either way, having a will can be a great idea. The following is a brief introduction to wills.
The will is the foundation of a solid estate plan. Anyone in Ohio serious about getting a handle on their own estate plan should probably have a will. Depending on their personal circumstances, a person may want to have other estate planning documents, such as trusts, as well. This blog post will provide a little bit of information on the basic estate planning document, the will.
We have to face that most people in the greater Cleveland area are not particularly well-to-do. They may have some modest savings, own a house and car and contribute to a 401(k), but they will not be leaving millions to their loved ones should they die.